Over 220 people attended an Easter Holiday Fun Day hosted by Trivallis’ Customer Involvement Team, in Llantwit Fardre.
The event, which took place in the local sports centre, was a chance for people who live in the area to come along and get to know the teams who are working there and enjoy lots of activities including arts and crafts and bouncy castles for the children.
Rhian is a Trivallis customer and lives in Trebanog. She was visiting with her sister who lives locally and said: “We’ve had a great day. It’s nice to be able to bring the kids along for free and get them out of the house. They haven’t stopped since they got here, playing with their friends and getting involved with the activities.
“I’d like to see more events like this for Trivallis customers, on our doorsteps.”
During the event, members of Trivallis’ neighbourhoods and regeneration teams asked local residents for ideas on how an unused piece of land could be transformed to benefit the community. Feedback included a play area and bike track.
Claire Overd, Trivallis’ customer involvement manager, said: “We’re so proud of how well this event has turned out and how many people came and enjoyed the fun.
“It’s a great opportunity for us, as a new team, to introduce ourselves to the local residents and their families. We also used the opportunity to get feedback on our service and what people love about where they live. We really want to build on our strengths and do more of what people love in the communities we work in.”
Trivallis’ Customer Involvement Team is made up of four colleagues. Claire Overd is the manager, Gemma Conway covers the Rhondda, Rebecca Arkle covers the Cynon and Laura Perry covers the Taff area.
If you’d like to get involved and have your say on what you’d like to see in your communities, call 03000 030 888 and ask to speak to customer involvement. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org
Information on forthcoming events is available on our Facebook and Twitter pages, which you can find by searching for ‘wearetrivallis’.